Hotel Solar Palmeiras
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... the families. The gas chambers and crematories, Real people. Innocent people. Walking on the gravel where millions stood before, how heavy they must of walked. It is sickening thinking what the human race is capable off. I thought the worst feeling was going to be the concentration camp, I must of been so Nieve to not realize that around every corner in the cities I visited in Poland was there a reminder of WWll. We study it in history books, but it's not real. The people ...
... garden on our last visit but has been renovated and now has a rather steep entrance fee of 8 Euros. We decided to go in as it is a beautiful area with awesome views over the city. You can wander inside the castle itself to view some pots and shards in a museum and some excavated ruins in the grounds. There are beautiful views from the castle walls although I did not go all the way around them. Our daughter sat herself down and refused to walk around and so we left her ...
Between the two UNESCO World Heritage historic sites, the
Jeronimos Monastery and the Torre de Belem, in Lisbon’s gateway Belem
neighborhood stands a huge rather incongruous-looking white modern complex
containing a cultural center. Most of the complex houses the Berardo Collection
I don’t recall reading previously about the Berardo
Collection Museum in things ...
... around Lisbon.
Monday 13 April 2015
We decided today would be a chore day. Spent the majority of the day cleaning, stowing, repairing etc. A great day as the boat is now starting to feel ready for cruising again.
Tuesday 14 April 2015
Got up fairly early and checked the weather forecast – it looked pretty dodgy for Sintra but nevertheless we thought we'd give it a go in the afternoon.
So we ...
... of the castle, ruins of the former royal palace and part of the neighborhood for the elite. The fortification, built by the Moors in the mid-11th century, was the last defensive stronghold for the elite who resided on the citadel: the Moorish governor whose palace was nearby, and the elite city administrators whose homes are visible today in the Archaeological Site. After Dom Afonso Henriques conquered Lisbon on October 25th, 1147, to become the first ...